Weldon: Long ops fixes underway at J&J

J&J chief Bill Weldon says the company has checked quality operations at its 120 factories and realigned its supply chain to ensure the sharing of best practices, in light of its quality meltdown leading to 11 healthcare product recalls in 12 months.  One factory manager has been fired. "We're doing everything we can anyplace in Johnson & Johnson to make sure this never happens again." Article



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